Let your voices be heard

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There is a famous quote by Margaret Mead that says, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed it is the only thing that ever has.” I use this quote because we all … Continued

The real cost of recycling foam plastic

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At Sedona Recycles, we know that there are inherent expenses to what we do. Every day we provide services that go well beyond what other recycling companies offer. Sometimes these costs are difficult to calculate because there are so many … Continued

Drop in value sends recycling to dump

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You may have heard on the news or read in the paper that, due to restrictions imposed by China and the drastic drop in material prices for plastics, that some recyclers are choosing to landfill plastics rather than recycling them. … Continued

Sedona Recycles Q & A

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The following are answers to commonly asked questions at Sedona Recycles.   A local nonprofit and the Forest Service visitor’s center are now collecting household batteries for free; why does Sedona Recycles charge $1 per pound? The company collecting the … Continued

2014 Recycling Numbers are in!

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Hey, Sedona and Verde Valley residents guess how much paper and cardboard we recycled for you last year?   The answer is 2,441 tons, which translates into just under 5 million pounds!   That’s the equivalent to saving: 41,097 trees … Continued

The Magic of Reuse

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Tis the season of consumption bargains are everywhere but there is an alternative to all this consuming and it is to reduce but also consider reuse. I look around my house and yard and I can see the magic of … Continued

Welcome Jean!

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Jean Turocy has joined us from South Carolina as the new Education and Outreach Coordinator. While working in the public school system, Jean realized that environmental stewardship was not being learned or encouraged and was determined to do something about it. She began … Continued

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